With various Spanish colonial sites in every corner, forever temperate weather, and matchless hospitality, it is no wonder all Colombian natives can recount nostalgic chronicles of their beloved country. Colombia, once fabled to be the city imbued with gold streets—El Dorado, or a verdant city of emeralds, attests some truth to the myths with its natural wonders: lush rainforests and misty snowcapped mountain ranges.
The city of Bogota has a huge variety of tourist places, with an interesting mixture of colonial buildings and skyscrapers. Points of interest in the city include: La Candelaria area, with several museums, cultural scenery and art exhibitions and the Plaza de Bolivar, enclosed by government buildings representing different architectural styles and eras. The famous Gold Museum, with 36,000 golden pieces on display, is a unique testimony to native pre-Columbian culture. Bogota is not only about the past. Numerous art galleries display and sell the works of both Colombian and international contemporary artists.
Hotel Gaitan Cortes is a luxurious boutique hotel that strategically blends culture with a blast from the past. With 9 elegant rooms, divided into 3 categories, the Hotel Gaitan Cortes manages to keep the essence from the original structure and encompasses it with what defines modernism and comfort. The Casa Gaitan also has an on-site restaurant feauturing exclusive Mediterranean dishes along with traditional Colombian cuisine and a special breakfast menu. All of this is specifically blended in order to provide the best service in the Colombian capital.
The Hotel Gaitan Cortes is precisely located in the main financial district of Bogota and in one of the most important sections of the city known as the Gastronomic Zone. The Colombian Stock Exchange is located 300 meters from the Hotel Gaitan Cortes, along with many restaurants and boutique shops.
|Bogota:||Casa Gaitan Cortes Hotel Boutique|
|Cartagena:||La Merced Hotel Boutique|
|Isla Providencia:||Deep Blue Hotel|